Jujutsu Kaisen Arrives at Universal Studios Japan


Universal Studios Japan is proud to incorporate some of the biggest anime franchises into its theme park, with the likes of Attack on Titan, Hunter x Hunter, One Piece, Sailor Moon and Neon Genesis Evangelion being just a few of the series that received attractions during the year. Now, it looks like a certain supernatural school is set to make it into the locale, with a collaboration between Jujutsu Kaisen and Universal Studios Japan set to arrive this fall, though the attraction that will stem from this partnership hasn’t not yet revealed.

Jujutsu Kaisen has been on a hot streak recently, with the prequel film, Jujutsu Kaisen 0, grossing hundreds of millions of dollars in theaters and featuring an all-new story featuring a different protagonist from the Shonen franchise in Yuta Okkotsu. With the second season set to arrive next year from Studio MAPPA which will see Yuji Itadori return to the driver’s seat and adapt more stories from the Shonen manga. As the manga’s story continues, Gege Akutami puts the students of Jujutsu Tech through their paces, which is sure to translate well to screens big and small.

Twitter user IDuckyx shared this new promotional ad which hints at an attraction based on the world of Jujutsu Kaisenwith the Shonen series set to join some anime heavyweights currently residing at Universal Studios Japan’s theme park:


Unfortunately for fans in North America, Universal Studios hasn’t hinted that its western parks, Universal Studios Orlando and Universal Studios Hollywood, will be getting anime-based attractions, albeit a big one. attraction arrives from Japan to California in Super Nintendo World. Slated for release in 2023, the attraction revolving around Mario and his fellow video game characters will hit North America, though anime fans will certainly be crossing their fingers that some of the anime attractions will make the jump.

Would you be willing to make the trip to Universal Studios Japan for a Jujutsu Kaisen attraction? What other anime franchises should get the chance to get their own theme park rides? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of Jujutsu Tech.